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Google Drive References in Google Docs for Android

Written on:April 19, 2012
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The Google Drive launch is not far away and there’s more evidence for this in the Google Docs app for Android.

Daniel Baker noticed that the Google Docs app for Android can handle the links that start with “https://drive.google.com”.

The Android app includes many references to Google Drive, which is just a new name for Google Docs. There’s a file named GoogleDriveSharedPreferences.xml, a special icon file for Google Drive and there’s a modal dialog that’s displayed when you migrate to Google Drive.

The Google Drive rebranding could be more about positioning Google Docs as an online file storage service. You can already upload any file to Google Docs and there’s an Android app for managing your files, but there’s no desktop app for syncing files and there’s no integration with third-party services. Another issue is that 1 GB of free storage is not enough.

According to The Next Web, Google Drive could launch next week and offer 5 GB of free storage. There are apps for Windows, Mac, phones and tablets, so you can access files on your computer from anywhere.

{ Thanks, Daniel. }




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